Date: 03.26.15, 08:00AM – 03.27.15, 12:00PM ET
Location:New York, NY
Intertek is pleased to celebrate 15 Successful Years of hosting the Ethical Sourcing Forum as the international forum for building and sharing knowledge about tackling supply chains challenges through hands-on workshops, minilabs and interactive panel discussions led by industry experts. Members of this knowledge community include companies, academics, service providers, policy makers, members of government and non-government organizations and expert consultants We will be looking at the movement, forces and ideas that have been shaping the community’s progress towards our common goal of improved working conditions in the supply chain.
EARLY BIRD SPECIAL $750.00 through December 15 www.ethicalsourcingforum.com
Participants can expect key solutions and answers to the following topics proliferating the CSR landscape: • What are practical solutions for companies to mitigate Hidden Supply Chain Risks such as recruitment agencies, indirect workers and service companies?
• Hear the voices from the Supplier Perspective in managing their commitment towards a sustainable supply chain while handling various buyer requirements.
• Last few years has seen a burst of Partnership and Collaboration approaches across and within a variety of industries. What are the success factors and learning points for improvement?
• Updates on Legal Regulations and Torts from our previous event topic discussions with Congresswoman Carolyn Maloney, various Executive Orders on purchasing requirements, and recent lawsuits. What are the implications to brands and retailers today?
• How are companies working directly with Civil Society Organizations on the ground in their key supplier markets?
The Ethical Sourcing Forum is one of the longest running annual events focusing on supply chain issues since its first gathering in 2000 and is open to all who are willing to play an active role in the development and successful implementation of sustainable social and environmental supply chain practices.
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